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Teen Poems

Read wonderful teen poetry on the following sub-topics: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th grade, anti bullying, bullying, education, emo, emotions, feelings, friend, funny, gender, high school, and more. Read a definition and example (where appropriate).

Note: The forms for these poems were selected by the poet. Often poems are assigned the wrong form. Please confirm the accuracy of the poetic form before referencing the poem.



List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
You complete me Qudus Agbaje Free verse teen, angel, black love, emotions,
Can't Joon Seo Free verse teen, black love, blue, miss
Premium Member Poem UNEDUCATED YOUTHS Martin Brown Rhyme children, teen, teenage, youth,
In the World of Darkness Michelle Naves Rhyme Royal teen, death, depression, feelings, loneliness,
How I wonder Neo Masetlane Imagism crush, stress, student, teen,
Premium Member Poem June and Johnny Gershon Wolf Narrative baby, suicide, teen love,
Premium Member Poem No Microwave Marriage Carol Connell Light Verse longing, love, mom, teen,
MY LOVE FOR HER ELIAS MWANGI Lyric teen, crush, cute love, feelings,
REVENGE TIME Sahaj Sabharwal Rhyme teen, 11th grade, death, hate,
Premium Member Poem IF YOU PULL A LONG FACE - Part XXXV T Wignesan Dramatic Monologue teen, child abuse, feelings, loneliness,
Won't Let Me Forget Juliet Ligon Enclosed Rhyme teen, 9th grade, i miss
The Knot Garden Sam Kauffman Free verse teen, children, dance, garden, spring,
Another lifetime Hawa Dansoko Free verse teen, absence, adventure, allusion, boyfriend,
Premium Member Poem MASTER Muhammad Safa Thajudeen Blank verse teen, adventure, change, children, recovery
Hot Chick Mike Grant I do not know? teen, 12th grade, america, art,
Premium Member Poem And so it begins Vijay Pandit Verse boy, girl, teen love,
The Buzz of an Alarm Clock Jazzy Melnyk I do not know? sleep, teen,
Depression Poem Lilly Wheeler Rhyme teen, deep, goodbye, sad love,
Let Me Cry Kaveesha Ruwindi Monorhyme abuse, cry, emotions, teen,
love is Eugene Harvey Free verse teen, boyfriend, crush, fantasy, first
Tired Kai Toth Free verse teen, anxiety, character, depression, feelings,
Premium Member Poem School Time Crush Bobby May Rhyme teen,
Space and Time Emily Heida Narrative teen, angst, care, introspection, night,
A Little Knowledge Terry Flood Rhyme teen, 7th grade, education, school,
Love Denied Eugene Harvey Rhyme teen, boyfriend, break up, emotions,
Premium Member Poem WIDE-EYED Line Gauthier Rhyme teen, baby, future, girl, innocence,
Premium Member Poem HIGHSCHOOL CRUSH Line Gauthier Rhyme teen, crush, cute love, dance,
My Love is Patient Chime Justice Ndubuisi I do not know? love, sweet love, teen
I Had Love Thee Vrushank Italiya Prose Poetry teen, black love, care, girlfriend,
Magical Touch Arjun Jangid Blank verse teen, beauty, cute love, first
Her Eyes Said Freddie Robinson Jr. Light Verse humorous, romantic, satire, teen
Premium Member Poem KARMA FOR TWO JENNIFER PROXENOS Couplet mum, teen,
Premium Member Poem Playing The Long Game Mark J. Halliday Lyric teen, baseball, confusion, fishing, longing,
I Love You, I Think Kai Toth Free verse teen, appreciation, care, devotion, dream,
I Am Sorry, to Pat, of Edmonton, N 18 and Tottenham Technical College, N 17, London, circa 1961 Clifford Chapman Free verse teen, emotions, feelings, hurt, innocence,
Premium Member Poem Summer of Wonder Gregory R Barden Free verse teen, 7th grade, appreciation, desire,
i hate you i miss you Stella Healy Free verse teen, dark, first love, heartbroken,
WAITING rochelle jones Tail-rhyme teen, anxiety, confusion, crush, happy,
The Night Runner Andrew Fairchild Free verse teen, conflict, confusion, endurance, love,
Berry Picking at Night Cooper Fitch Carpe Diem angst, teen, time, work,
The War Is Not Over For Her M.P. Shaudd Lyric teen, anger, bereavement, death, lost
Drugs Kevon Worrell Rhyme teen, abuse, addiction, death, drug,
THE BLACK ONE Aamira Overstreet Free verse teen, bullying, crush, cry, dark,
Premium Member Poem Sweetheart Pretense Caren Krutsinger Ninette teen, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Jungle Scene Richard Thomas Quatrain house, humor, sleep, teen,
THINK TWICE Aamira Overstreet Free verse boy, me, teen,
Is The Pain Worth It Delaina Cook Free verse 8th grade, pain, teen,
Whispers on the wind Dominic Middleton Free verse teen,
teen love deepak srivastava Couplet teen love, teenage,
Porcelain Katie Christian Free verse teen, analogy, body, depression, self,

About This Page

Teen poems explore topics and experiences that are unique to teenagers. Poetry can help with challenges teenagers often face whether they are related to school, emotions, dating, or bullying, etc. Reading and writing about teen life in the form of poems helps youths to become happy, healthy and responsible adults.

Teen Poem Example

TEARS OF A TEEN

	 		  

 They say our life is happy – so full of fun,
They call it advices when they point a gun,
Dad says ‘you only have to study – why can’t you’
Dear elders –wait a while, come and wear into my shoe!


Unit test are coming up –beware,
You must study till late-learn and prepare!

Don’t be coward – you are on the soccer field,
Bend like Beckham you must win a shield!

Oratory is the art of public speaking 
 you must participate, it’ll be interesting!

The quizmaster is confusing, you see,
Go through Telegraph, Statesman and Graphiti!

Late to bed and early to rise,
You say will make me brilliant and wise.

You were absent yesterday go and meet the clerk,
I will kick you out of the class, if you don’t do the home work!

Don’t get distracted be steady like the stars – look,
Go for tuitions – forget the hi5, Orkut or Facebook!


We are your elders – we say for your good,
 Better pay attention or you’d it – understood!

Now that you’ve taken a ride into our routine,
Let me show you the pictures that you’ve already seen!

So easy is our life that we are never at rest,
Today is elocution and tomorrow will be the test,
If we fail – dad receives a letter,
If we pass – we can still do better!

What hypocrisy is this – are we machines,
We have our lives – we have our dreams!

You’ve made the board dirty with your words – you must clean,
I’m sorry elders it was just the blood from the heart of a teen!!



           
                            	





	
                                                              

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